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Harding is a lifelong Cantabrigian and Cambridge Rindge & Latin School graduate with a degree from Fitchburg State College. In addition to his work on the School Committee, he runs the Men of Color Health Initiative, is a program consultant to the job training program CambridgeWorks and is president of the Port Life Foundation. He [...]
Fantini, 64, a lifelong resident of Cambridge and graduate of Cambridge Public Schools, is serving his 15th term on the committee. He holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance from Bentley College and a master’s degree in management from Cambridge College. He recently retired as deputy treasurer in the Town of Arlington. Compiled from [...]
Kelly, a Mid-Cambridge resident for more than 20 years, earned a master’s degree in business administration from Simmons and a dual master’s degree in social work and pastoral ministry from Boston College. She works as a small-business consultant for an economic development program in low-income areas in Boston, assessing struggling businesses, developing technical assistance plans [...]
Elechi was born in Tanzania, East Africa. He came to Cambridge when he was 4 and got his entire elementary and high school education in the Cambridge Public School System. He attended the then Joseph Maynard Elementary School, Mariah Baldwin School and Cambridge Rindge & Latin High School. For college he first attended Green Mountain [...]
Holland, a graduate of Somerville High School, has lived in Cambridge for 11 years with his wife, Susan. They have two children. He is manager for talent acquisition for Staples, and before that performed the role for the Merck Group. He also has held senior human resources positions with Liberty Mutual, Houghton Mifflin and State [...]
Joyce Gerber and her husband, Rick, fell in love with Cambridge more than 20 years ago, early in their marriage, and decided it was the place they wanted to establish roots and raise a family. They have a son in his freshman at Cambridge Rindge & Latin School and a daughter a daughter in the seventh [...]
Fran Cronin is a single parent who moved to Cambridge after the death of her husband, a Cambridge native, and raised two children on her own – one honors, one special needs. She has served as co-chairwoman of the Parent Advisory Council for Children with special needs; served as an officer of the Cambridge R [...]
City councillor Minka vanBeuzekom has received the endorsements of the Massachusetts Sierra Club, Massachusetts Voters for Animals and SEIU Local 32BJ District 615 for her reelection.
I have found Dennis to be a man of character, strength, integrity and tenacity in pursuing justice. He will stand and fight for people who, for one reason or another, may not be able to defend themselves.
Katherine Clark has the backing of the 20,000 members of the New England Regional Council of Carpenters in her campaign for Congress.